Ann Coulter disagrees that Chick-Fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's opposition to gay marriage is an anti-gay stance.

The 50-year-old Coulter, a conservative columnist and author, appeared Sunday on ABC's This Week, where she was asked her thoughts on how Cathy's controversial comments could impact the upcoming fall election.

“It tells me something about polls generally because they keep taking Gallup polls showing, 'Oh, gay marriage is so popular,'” Coulter said. “Well, every time people have been allowed to vote on gay marriage, and that's in 35 states now, it has lost. It has lost in Oregon, in Washington and in California.”

Referring to Wednesday's long lines at Chick-Fil-A eateries in support of Cathy, Coulter added: “I actually liked what he said, because he made it clear that it wasn't an anti-gay thing. He said, 'Look, all the founders of this company are married to our first wives.' It is genuinely a pro-marriage position to oppose gay marriage. And when you see those crowds like that coming out, you know, I'm sorry I don't believe the polls on gay marriage. Let us vote. Those polls I believe and it makes me suspicious at the polls on the presidential election.”

Cathy also has said that gay marriage is “inviting God's judgment on our nation” and his company gave $2 million to anti-gay groups in 2010, more than any other year for which public records are available, some of which, like the Family Research Council (FRC), have been designated anti-gay hate groups by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC).